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JFC Self Adaptive Indicator Signals

Exhaustion Entry Signals

Exh Buy

Inputs:  Sens1(21), Sens2(8), Sens3(1) , RTT_Delay(0);

See the manual section Real Time Target Exits  for specifics on the use of the RTT_Delay input.

This signal gives only buy signals. It will cause the system to buy when an Exhaustion Buy Indication is given.

This signal can be used when only the buy side of the Exhaustion indicator is desired in a system, or when the developer wishes to use different sensitivity settings for any or all of the SENS inputs for the buy side than the sell side.

The Sens1, Sens2 and Sens3 inputs, defaulted to 21, 8, and 1, respectively, sets the sensitivity settings of the Exhaustion function. These inputs must match the input value being used for the Exhaustion indicator. These inputs are used in all of the Exhaustion signals.

Exh Buy ept

Inputs:  Sens1(21), Sens2(8), Sens3(1), Ept_Sens(2), Fade(0), RTT_Delay(0);

In addition to the parameters described above for Exhaustion Buy, this signal will buy only upon the violation of an overhead resistance point which has been defined by the JFC Entry Point Indicator. The signal places a buy stop at the defined resistance after a buy window has been defined by the JFC Exhaustion Indicator. See the manual section entitled Buy Stops and Sell Stops The Ultimate Purpose of the JFC Entry Point Indicator and the section entitled Buy and Sell Windows for further details concerning both the additional inputs required by this signal and the effects these input settings will have on your system results when this signal is used.

Exh Buy ddf

Inputs:  Sens1(21), Sens2(8), Sens3(1), ddf_delay(60), RTT_Delay(0);

This signal generates only buy signals as per the sensitivity settings of the Exhaustion function. Trades are taken only in the direction of the trend of the day as determined by the Directional Day Filter function. No trades are taken prior to the time of the trend determination by the Directional Day Filter.

It is important that the ddf_delay input is set to a value equal to the identical input value being used by the Directional Day Filter.

Exh Buy ddf ept

Inputs:  Sens1(21), Sens2(8), Sens3(1), Ept_Sens(2), Fade(0), ddf_delay(60), RTT_Delay(0);

This signal combines the properties of the above two signals. Long trades as generated by the Exhaustion indicator are taken only in the direction of the trend of the day as determined by the Directional Day Filter function and only when the market violates the overhead resistance point which has been defined by the JFC Entry Point Indicator.

Exh Sell

Inputs:  Sens1(21), Sens2(8), Sens3(1);

This signal gives only sell signals. It will cause the system to sell when an Exhaustion Sell Indication is given.

This signal can be used when only the sell side of the Exhaustion indicator is desired in a system, or when the developer wishes to use different sensitivity settings for any or all of the SENS inputs for the sell side than the buy side.

Exh Sell ept

Input: Sens1(21), Sens2(8), Sens3(1), ept_Sens(2), fade(0), RTT_Delay(0);

In addition to the parameters described above for Exhaustion Sell, this signal will sell only upon the violation of a support point which has been defined by the JFC Entry Point Indicator. The signal places a sell stop at the defined resistance after a sell window has been defined by the JFC Exhaustion Indicator. See the manual section entitled Buy Stops and Sell Stops The Ultimate Purpose of the JFC Entry Point Indicator and the section entitled Buy and Sell Windows for further details concerning both the additional inputs required by this signal and the effects these input settings will have on your system results when this signal is used.

Exh Sell ddf

Inputs:  Sens1(21), Sens2(8), Sens3(1), ddf_delay(60), RTT_Delay(0);

This signal generates only sell signals as per the sensitivity settings of the Exhaustion function. Trades are taken only in the direction of the trend of the day as determined by the Directional Day Filter function. No trades are taken prior to the time of the trend determination by the Directional Day Filter.

It is important that the ddf_delay input is set to a value equal to the identical input value being used by the Directional Day Filter.

Exh Sell ddf ept

Inputs:  Sens1(21), Sens2(8), Sens3(1), Ept_Sens(2), Fade(0), ddf_delay(60), RTT_Delay(0);

This signal combines the properties of the above two signals. Short trades as generated by the Reversal indicator are taken only in the direction of the trend of the day as determined by the Directional Day Filter function and only when the market violates the support point which has been defined by the JFC Entry Point Indicator.

Exhaustion B&S

Inputs:  Sens1(21), Sens2(8), Sens3(1);

This signal gives both buy and sell signals. It will cause system to buy when an Exhaustion Buy Indication is given and sell when an Exhaustion Sell Indication is given.

This signal can be used when single input values are desired for any or all of the SENS inputs for both the buy and sell side of the system. This configuration allows the simultaneous optimization and testing of any or all of the SENS inputs for both sides of a trade.